Soon After, I started looking at college websites, looking for where I might want to go. The more I researched the more I realized my grades I had recieved from my slacking were going to hurt me. Most colleges required either good grades or a good standardized test score, some both. I hadn't taken my ACT yet but my grades were not so great. I started thinking maybe my future was at the local community college, but I wanted bigger and better things, I wanted a career in the medical feild.
The reason I want to be a nurse is because it is full of adventure and thrills of its own, expressive and physical not to mention the widespread coverage of knowledge about humanity and life being. I want to be helpful in other people lives; I want to help people through their bad and good times. I know sometimes there is nothing we can do as nurses to help a patient during the most difficult times in their lives but if I can at least put a smile on that person face while they are struggling with their illness, makes me smile. I’ve personally saw how the elderly was treated during my CNA class and I love that I was able to make a difference during my Gerontology clinical.
I am not definite why I changed my mind in regard to being a doctor, I had the grades, the drive, and the willingness to make certain sacrifices, but somewhere I was missing something and I felt that I would not be satisfied in a medical career. So I started thinking about what I wanted to do; I went from teaching to law enforcement, computer programming to astronautics and numerous other professions. Now I come to a crossroad in my life where I must choose what to do with my future, choose what will make me happy. I have always wanted the typical 'American Dream' to have a husband I am in love with, a stable job, loving children, and a house in the suburbs. But now I realize that there are so many other steps I need to take in order to achieve these so-called goals.
I could see a reflection of my future as I observed PAs perform physical exams, order and interpret diagnostic tests and treat patients. Yearning to gain additional medical experience I attained an internship at the Yazji MD clinic. During my internship as a medical assistant I was able to take vital signs, perform EKGs and chart medical histories. I truly enjoyed the patient interaction and working in a medical setting but it intensified my desire to become a PA in order to play a larger role in their diagnosis and
I applied what I had learned from shadowing the doctor through interacting with customers as a optician. I wanted to replicate the same intimate interaction the doctor has with his patients by treating the patients with the best possible service. Thus, as I worked with each subsequent patient, I became more and more confident in my communication skills. I am able to educate and inform patients about their insurance benefits, purpose of a test, eye diseases, as well as how their prescription would affect their frame choices and lens options. Over time, I was given the sole responsibility of managing the in-house lab at the office and cutting lenses for prescription eyewear.
Even though there were cultural and linguistic challenges in U.S., I decided to find a common ground and move ahead. As “Man’s best successes comes after their disappointments", my first encounter with physician assistant (PA) was when I suffered from Anemia and got admitted to emergency. During my hospital stay, she explained and answered my questions regarding my health conditions, preventions, reasons, causes and effects along with precautions and kept me informed all the time. She was very passionate, patience and devoted while dealing with me. And I realized that PA is not only a profession, but it is also a way to serve community and get satisfaction through services.
Statement of Purpose My career aspiration of becoming an educator didn’t grow overnight. I went to college for a pre-business degree in hopes of being the next “hot shot” in the Financial District of San Francisco. However, instead of focusing my time on business courses, I always found myself volunteering at the local elementary school or divulging myself in my Education courses. I realized I had a passion for education at that point as I was actually earning way better grades in Education courses than my major courses. Upon graduating from UC Davis, I was in a lull, I had no idea what I wanted to do.
But Valley Center Middle School has plenty of rooms for more classes such as D4, V1, V4, B9, B1, and the class rooms ... ... middle of paper ... ...lar classes therefore reducing class size. Teachers asking for smaller classes frequently can get very annoying. Grading papers are very stressful. The information that we have given you proves that students do receive more individual time with the teacher, the student reduction would positively affect the behavior in the students at VCMS, and reducing class sizes would be a good idea because teacher would appreciate it. Positive behavior in students is the outcome of a quite and good learning environment due to smaller classes.
The interest inventory was a weakness of mine, mainly because I don 't feel that I 'm good at thinking outside the box. It was good for me to collaborate with my peers in order to expand my horizon and find better options. At the time we started this project, I was so locked into writing about concussions in youth sports and the effects that they have. As I worked alongside my peers in coming up with other topics, I was inattentive to what the other possible options could be. I researched quite a bit about concussions, yet, when the time came to write my topic proposal, I realized that I couldn’t care less about concussions.
I am good at communicating with patients, families, and other members of the healthcare team. I listen attentively when being spoken to by others and through my bachelor’s degree program I learned several helpful tools to assist with becoming a better nurse and leader. Journaling helps to reflect back on the day and different situations to get a better understanding of how to handle or not handle things in the future. Mentoring has been a great resource for me since I was a cardiac nurse for so long I was not sure exactly what to expect when transferring to home care. I have a supervisor who has graciously taken me under her wing and assisted me through all the Medicare and Medicaid guidelines which is something I did not have to deal with very much while working in the hospital.